CLEVELAND —With most budgets suffering from recession-related cutbacks, restaurant trainers and human resources managers are looking for inexpensive ways to keep employees trained and able to serve customers. Trainers say they are developing their own material, running smaller departments, devising formulas to determine the return on investment for training dollars, and developing low- to no-cost leadership programs. ...

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